#9 – Feb 2020
Welcome to the #9 edition of Rust in Blockchain, the hypest newsletter about the hypest tech. Previous: #8.
This month Solana released version 1.0. Congrats to one of the hardest-working Rust blockchain teams — Solana did things right all last year, with extraordinary development velocity, consistent technical media publications, and multiple event appearances and sponsorships. We wish them the best success.
Because of certain world events, offline events are starting to be canceled, including at least one blockchain conference. More tech companies are starting to encourage a remote-working culture. Nick Cameron, of the Rust core team, recently shared his experience as a long-time remote worker: part 1, part 2, part 3.
RiB needs help to keep up with Rust blockchain projects. If you follow a particular project, or otherwise find information that is beneficial to the Rust & blockchain community, please contribute to the next issue. Either submit a PR to the #10 draft, or Tweet @rust_blockchain.
Each month we like to shine a light on a notable Rust blockchain project. This month that project is…
gMorph is a fully homomorphic encryption library. Fully homomorphic encryption allows for arbitrary computation on encrypted data. For an example of gMorph in practice, see the gudot project, which performs linear regression on golem.
Golem has a number of interesting Rust projects.
secp256k1and possibly wrap its types
lalotai/rust-blockchain. A simple blockchain in Rust.
Mar 4-11 | London, UK
Mar 7-8 | MIT Campus, US
Mar 27-28 | SF, US
Mar 31 – Apr 1 | Paris, France
Apr 13-16 | Oxford, UK
imToken | Singapore; Hangzhou, China
Nervos | Remote
Nervos | Hangzhou, China; Remote
PureStake | Boston, US
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